I don't have specific knowledge of schools in your region - but I would advise you to step back and think about the big picture here. If programs in your region are so 'in demand' and continue to churn out large numbers of new grads, at the same time that job prospects for those new grads are dreadful. . . . is this really the direction you want to go?
Are you planning to relocate after graduation in order to avoid being caught in this situation ? If so, you may be wise to consider relocating for school also. The competition for nursing school is not the same in all areas - for instance, I learned last week that the University of New Mexico BSN program is actually advertising for students because they aren't receiving sufficient applications.
Just a thought.